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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Monday, November 6, 1916.
v largn nn 1 1 to Ihe win for our r ' i f 1 1 lis i . i I i it. a 1 1 1 c, I per ilDDLES M TO EUROPE ON EXPRESS OPINION LIU i ' i.ii hi ' '. i i.i' . . . .... i! Noted Economist Asserts De pression Before War Was Not Due to Rut Helped bj Underwood Bill, Former Minister to Belgium I ThinRs Ex-President Should Be Sent at the Close of War J for Negotiations. ! r Unique Campaign on Mexican! Question Conducted Among Members of Militia Organ ization at the Border. f'.r Six N H R WOULD SEND TIFT iiGUIRDIEN HILL 1 I , l OF US ON INTERVENTION I LflUL IIM'JUIU Nnw Raven, 'iiN . Nov, 9 Prof. IfVtag l-'ish't. Ion, I nf th- . I c p . , t u i , 1 1 1 It) (iii tti.- tariff and an Independent i . i . ' 1 I I ' : answer in iIh Mo'mI of rspilblii ii ' m mm. a ) i ii good boggy 1 'i mi i ik lit i ii children with Why confine nit feat in lt .1,! Kltrnpc ill do, s tin i,pu)lltai. pgbj Hetty commute, when there are nun dredN nf iiiiIIIoiih BJ Asiatics who! wink for lower wajfoe? And wl i hasn't fti'i trade England been lonj Mnoe ruined b) low-wage India? "Any aophomore in economlei knowK ihtii i. mil i ii i ' t h tn a trado mini, the! trade ii reciprocal; that in "vsati Im porta also Inrraaaei export! and makei more tone ti.au it takei away. According in the latest repub hi an campaign doctrine, the Un ei wood tariff not only win i.iim in, ni Hiiph, aft, i tin. win. imi did to in the wur end put n,1 9 rm n oul "i work. I'm l Imhi I iirlir V l. 'The (hi In an Hi. t ml, i wood g4 I win on the Mutate booki onlj four in n niimiiiH before the war, thai thi effects, mi tn r then were imv In ihw period, were good, nol bad; there wur leea unemployed and more bual ami a. nviii than before the at i m passed, i in ii k clearing, barometer of trade, epeeded from to 10 peri ami The dopreaeion end um mploy ' men) to which the republican! reft t date back to the financial stringency of the summer of mi The aame di preeoton and unemployment eilated In other oountrlea They pointed oul thai between the paaeage of the act I and ih outbreak ,,r the it mir im-j porta averaged $161 000,900 1 nth aa iiKaniHt 1 1 it.si in pn vloual) This slight lie lease wan u benefit, hii far aa it went, bui if it or any pari of It could be considered an lnjniy, 11 in on the face or it too trifling i" 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 n ' hen fallt wniilil not, or from Ihenr fl Tfi, after ra Payoe-Aldrli h le Itg iched- . ; t 1 . 1 : 1 1 1 ' I .' -lull 11. m- ei forgotten the wool top' 1 andal, or the Uttaur ''anion glove schedule ecandol Have we forgotten Hun when the Underwood act waa un der dlerui Ion Mi Wilson had to drive nut 1 rila 1 ime perntt loua iii,i, 'i hnvt with my own eyea en peechea thai wore nrritten f"t n nre men by agent! of the protected' Inti 1 1 ihown me by one of thaee agenta, Thaw ipeechei were repeat ed, 1 an ii-UK.-, by the faithful ron- ii lOOl of ngreaamt Hi, Inti h. 1 sentiment in manufai tured dlaburaed i (inn a year, league, The tariff Iuih been (.'can liable Of our national Wilson cleaned it out. Mr. MO) all 1 1 1111 Inti reati ni' eaaary pi plain, i'n ic Sam i 1 multimill a w Ith an ln ome of 110,000,000 000 paaf la whom a million Holtan is trlfltni iik ,-nt a month i i" laborer with mo , m ,t "The republican - , talma are, fill I. UN aliKUIil UN W'llllil l. 11 ili lm, cmtlc (hum itini um proaperlt) l all iuc to the Under 1 tariff u. ioiini noi Wee pamjMetii . mt proa i" rttj in um due to the lariff, .,. in 1: RECORD VOTE IS NOW teetCINh COIMIKNOIIC, TO MONNiNN JOUNNALI NeW York. Nov a Theodora Mar bur;, iio wax united (Nntaa mlnfarter to Belgium in llll-lt, and ho 11 now 1 u I'.iiitii.ui nfflhc cxi cutlv committaa, and chairmna of the com Mittei on foreign organiiation, of thi League to Bnforoe Peace, delivered 1 notable addreea at Mount Morrla Bap. Mr, Marbttrg'i remarki dwell win, urn, Thi" n conNttuctlve wheme of World-atatea- itlon I manihlp t be put into effect lmmedl I "f COn-lately after the , lox,. f the war I'o' I on thing he proponed that e-Prl-ottlca deal Taft, who Ii the first prealdeni ngreaa toof the Laagu to Bnforee peace, '' he- whonlil l.c senl In UIiimHs ,, ,.. , negotiate what Prealdeni wilnon hai (aiieii "aome sort of joint guarantee of peace " Immediate action i ea aenttai in ii. Marburg' opinion, be ehuae "f the feat thai men win forget Ihc hot rots of war as sunt) tin fighting i inis. and the world be die appointed u.s 11 was by the Congree of Vienna a eenturj ago, Mr, Mar burg iaid in pari Program Meet U'ltli AcccfHam. The brief program of th Leogui to Enforce Peace lia met with wide acceptance, not only by private eltl- en, bill by many men in public life ami poeitlon nf power In America and Europe, n is appt ovt ,t m prin ciple bei at home by M r Taft, ho i one f its framera, by Prealdeni Wllaon, by Charlea E, uHghea, bj Senator Root and Lodge, and by the aacretary ,,f war, Newton D. Baker. An Important group of BritUh states men and Qreal Britain' attitude will carry far wttji the allies In Mich a mutter Iuih endorsed the principle The group Include! the prime minis ter, the secretary of state for foreign affairs, u.s wall us Mr. Hulfour and Lord Bryce I "Th French premier and the Ger man chancelloi have both dociaad Bobbj Con neili and land. ..... . . . eeeeiAi ..n B1 Paao, t, x Nov. 5. An election impatga without public orators, pa- ;dei or demonstration carried on in it inns state guard camps, will come j an etui Tuesday, when the guards- i Win IT less the IS ODlll power hi t In its di in to .loTth.'it previoiialy IIU . to 'edit- his eolin- by lino,- a tariff the Au pollttC. Lei us to make a second un iin - tnltlcil to the en use of Improved inter national nrpaiiizati.il will bd lost siuht of ur that thi task of reaching an agreement will be so great that the project win come to naught, while to put oft the iiiNk and call second conference to take it up later on would Involve even greater risk of failure. The dffflcultli 1 to be oi 1 1 "inc in tret tin,; eo ernmetits to enter into a leaRue or tgreemeni Involving so radical n departurt from tradition al practice arc to aeribui thai it is r.t'ily w hile the nervea "f t he wnild are exposed, while the mmds of nun are fully alive to the evtll 01 agisting condition!, while men - aouli are in fact on fire with the horror and pit) of it. that we may count with confl dene,, on (heir taking the ltP. Thai in w hy the power! ihould he asked to commit themselves now to the prin cipal of Joint haaponaibillty and whj the plan si id be incorporated In its essentials in the fu-i treaty or pea ci Nation, i ,. on fJuard. "For many years nations will lie on then- guard. The) iii probably maintain Wronger armies and naviea : than hitherto, An early return of wai would confirm thli dlapoiltion to j be dlatruatfdl and make the period of rat ovary indeed a long one, "On the other hand, a working in ternational agreement, lUi h Ml the League to Enforce P ice promliei t" bo, if adopted, wni distinctly hasten the advent of I betti t rlay." j men will express themselves on ; they consider the main issue Mexican (jueition. All other j mi tits threshed out in the pliv the tents. Outwardly, the camp shown no evidence of politics. I for a rOttnd of dinners tclvi officers' mess tO the state commiMioneri, rin se commissioners, sent slates, will appoint election iii each company, telegraph the unof ficial return and carry hack the bal lot! for the final count Strict Inquiry la made into the quaL iflcatlona Of each man as to ape, rcsi- aenca and other points required hy law, The guardsmen have the same itanding ai if they had nol left then homee, so far aa the voting is con- ' erned. what the issue acy of s have . except nut the election b) their officers lor It Hi,- I, Ho I iism.' II.,.., u,.. INDICATED FOR KANSAS V'""; 1 ,s' """""' I 'I be rrench prime minister said ' . u .-niNfl mill, , . b) reports of rex nittlit part) I, id,' the total vote win t - meeting! tomorrow Tuoada i WIN A, record Indicated nation, and to- Mtlmuted thai n il 080,000, at rangi d many in tin warloua i ,,f power in tins slat... i;,i, h now , laima it. pro. Jam e partf ' : ''' ' ; ly i One of his latest ! la fighting for .1 poai in w hlch i tlonalltlea will b ! h i 1 iona 1 agreem I lacks. We, too, I to pint, 1 1 ;, 1 in, ary attack.' k j 01 her Buropeai i na mes we 1 1 n have indi. ated 1 I al The outlook Measure 1 'HUt the lh... .1. speeches that Krance firm and lasting 1 he ri 11 dom of na a pi ..ii . tad by Intai -ruts ggalnii all ai desire thli v a w ish n forever againii ev irelgn ministers of countries w hose ni at llbt rty disclose ieir personal approv- is hopeful. Radical me. is a radical one STATE MUSEUM NOTES V CI If involvei 1 complete departure 1 old practices. It means a surien of license on the pari of nations, license In make wa i at will. II 1(1 MONNINO JOUMNAl I B, Wesley lira ii.i returned la daya reconnoiter. 1 canyon with 1 II . Hewitt, who let ,, Mr. Bradfiel : excellenl photi rl ui l ulus, in, in. live story IJJWcr near iVlilVB whi.ii will Tie piildislicd In the I lilt; trip to the t 'ha and .Mrs. lOdgar L Friday ,for Ban I 'i secured i number graphi "f i he wood ln a 1'oinl involves responsibility, the " nsihlltly of the natioiis peace of t he woi Id pi ndlng mill n for tin tee of the world pending an m quiry it Impllea surrender of a mens ute ol lovereignty, for there is set up a higher Will than the will of the mi lion, Ii diminishes the chances of a successful aggression, since there mm he Ho sudden assault oil the victim The statesmen who have declared tot n i' Lllse ail tins i have accepted ii notwithstanding "Hut I he u ,u Id at I he moment is ali k, a mi thet c is a fa nulla i adage about the opposlttona of a certain royal personage when sick ami well Ihc war is Over a ml hell t he seems secure, will their pur- "Id 1 And it n iloes hold, w ill thousand Jealousies arid iua , added to that genuine clash ' iti in a conference which w ill d upon Iii settle the aft lis ol stales, make agreement on itructlve plan i.o different that unr, aft, t ,, in in regarded next number of El Palacio "Ciillute ,,l Itye is the latest inns t rated pamphlet of the department agriculture to he received I i the li- lirury . I ir, A. II. Sa i f, t he Oxford navnnt, hit last evening for the Grand C yon .'ind llni tsioiv t al. In the sitinc Japan to . at the ( nlv Pittsburgh, city of Mi 01 ions. Intet call, he will sail fu s, t ies of led ii t ei ol Kioto on Hi,, clcnt World, Hie Soudan. Africa Abbe Henri Thrideni French archaeologist, , I last week al the .'me of The (allow iiil' rcmst I mueuem: Julln A. Maun. Mnh.. W, Danlela, El Paso; M S. hick. Cleveland. Ohio; Labadle, New fork City; B, ' lendoerfnr, Denver; Mis, r;. i Trinidad. Colo.; II. CUdabac, Coffee, Albuquerque; !uba Palmyra, Mo,; c v. RugRint dad. ( Jolo ! A. R 1 'ei'il. E, '. I Hubert Cet II. Palm, N. M liver t sit v will coin, aft. ImPCnoflCUl, unless and tins is iio la ill thing they are aire mmitted to ii m principle? Rhouhl Have i o prevent i thouid dei .'Oil of ii-c' (Presld he set up afte 1,'iiit (.iiaianlce i.h fat I lire Hie i lie now in fa or Hum guarantee lit Wilson's WOTt t he w if. 'I'hc Ii :ngagi 01 MENT ANNOUNCED fl AGHI R'S WIDOW I' .NH ll.N., ,- 1,1 ... WN. York. Nov. Th. , Qga if Mi; M try Lily flaglei . id Hie lale Henry ,M clauler. one inv fi si RAFAEL GARCIA Who Is R unninix for SMI Rill 01 BtRNALILLO COUNTY Against One of the Bosses of This County I'C f .it' 1 'ti 1 ecte ,ll Ml! a v want want' Under hi the land ite u inn the men, Ri iinero and r maioritv ii ci mid pa icii Mi l onald, ant' a lew i that lature Bursum, i ithers, de-lecislature lie expect friends ! voters, who bel that he was e two years ag , Huhbell, Jesus sired a worktn s that the) veto 'it Cm ! Ins scat. VOTERS Remember this act, and let's re pudiate the men responsible (they are all candidates themselves) at the polls Tuesday, November 7. A Vote for Rafael Garcia Means Much to the People of Bernalillo County aws over the' was deprived to secure this dei laratlon from niw , i HOW i to ask no Ii ss a anuge than an ex-uresidenl of the I nlted siates. Mr, Taft, n accept the mission and go abroad for this pur pose, until the United states, is read) t Hunt itself tO I plan Ol winch her loading statesmen, it Is true, ap prove hut which involves so radical departure from her traditional poll- ctes thai It OUghi perhaps to he fust endoraed b) a Joint resolution of con groaa, the task of getting the Bhro' pean powera to declare now in favor of the principle tan In umlei taken most appropriately by one of their own number, No one Is better fit- ted to urge thli course upon them and to co-oprraie in acquainting the van ous chancalloriea w t h the proijeci than Mi Taft. who knows the prole rem m all Its phases and lias been lu ii i consistent fiiend of Improved Internationa I erganlaatlOB. Cvpenenee point to the v ei y kiciii importance of Kcttlnu the pow ers to commit themselves now It will be recalled that al the time, much Wa expected of the Collar, ss of V. 'MV Men lOOgtd for an , f organisation of Europe to die- courage vvar. for larger demo, rati. Control Introduced into the govern nicnts of states, for the Immediate alolishment of the slave trade, and r.u a federated Qermanj But months of bickering and croee-purpose breughl tram th coagretw en I) that which it had beeo previoaali obii gated to do b) the prelimlnar) traai tu i of peat e negotiated at Paris Might i ..sv Mghl of Project, It Is not at all unlikely that the groat am. .nut of business before the conference which shall meet to settle Hie terms el peace ul the end ol the S Of th, inter . in of Louisville, I Merc today. Flagler died al 181 S Mrs. Fll Standard i fudge Rohi Ky., was ;i th, FROM COAST TO COAST Remarkable luiin or Home Tcstl iii, un n,i Ubnancrque Vdds its Voice lo tin- (.rami Chorui of i is'.ii praise, tiiulh to south, from t ti llll anna feet IV , W est . iii every city, every community; III every state in the I'nlon Kings out the grateful praise f Doan'i Kidney I'lils. 10,000 representative people every walk of life PubllCl) testify to quick relief Mating results, a nd n's aii for the benefit of folic sufferers. In this grand chorus of local prai Albuquerque is WH represented. Well-known Albuquerque people Tell of personal experiences Who can ask for better proof , merit " a w. Rami rook, tor. 8. Rraadwa Albuquerque, say,: 1 1 was great troubled by palna In the small of nr ha. k and In my sides The kidn, s, . rothMM were unnatural and al tint! painful. Doaja'a Kidney 1'ills lielp, ma from the fust mid atrongthene my kidneys. I soon felt better i every wav. Since Hun, whenever m kidneys have bothered me, I hav used Doan'a Kidney Pilla and ihc have never failed in help nie." Price :,(ic. at all dealers Don siniplv ask for a kidney remedv 1 i.i.m s Kidney PUW th same thi llambrock hsX Fonter-Miibur Pro) s . Buffakfj N V. Mr. Mayor tliarged Bateivitle, Ark., Hilhert Richardson, nay following the k Padgett, ::! year old mi nl Hit ouch Will plead self Pndgetl tried to Padrfeti was s unii Murder. Nov. B. Mayor In Jail here to nic, of Farrell issued a state- dan his attorney that he defense, alleging thai invade his home "t last nlghl at a George A. Kaseman CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR (Seventh District) t Political Advertisement. ) , THE WANT AD WAY IS THE SUREST WAI Smash the Hubbell-Gillenwater Machine Hubbell and iUbuquerque hi mi 1 eouDitcat citv ministered cal method hest ai lie man and he a i 111 H lh tor CO, orsl is t'lee e . t ice lbuquerque and fqr Be est tl his home town ; laim tu he made bv a ative in the senati t down to I lubbell low even that plan Mt, riove a a skin.. late pt ii hi else. ! Illhhell n iweri ii )i issihle was I or years t in that counl W hat did he Ol I l(T II r'l I I I I' Suet u rn COUI "W il ,'lllt col It'll m C'tl regai fered the s W was i he Utterly and t ompl from llilll and :i r trmi otlife, tt the 1 1 uess i partv education languished, Ifish interests of Franl he was the heath eare politics community ever that his own I"! w- pti Id i lerei i eai independent citizen: power business sue ything was I luhhell am subservient iticai 1'iM.u que: ii" remembei i t I'ti i erna n the interests (, States senate. whal rani o countv w ie lie t' J)0 bell did countv All iii- a a me nber A. much a- thal matter, what will Fran any portion of the state a democratic a to be democratic as e l'l t he sen-it,, w, .,,1.1 . . . ..... V vv ,i li I us. in LNCW Mexico I (l 1 1 I IO( ( I inocranc senate umlei t administration is as sure "ive, and Frahk A. I lnhlndt is a I luhhell be a minority me listration ? ectton ol lilt w heel would he R FPR JfpvTRMAc tr, NES' A R EAL STATESMAN.HE WILL e.P.P!.0. SPECIAL LOCALITY IN NEW MEXICO. rin WILL KKPk KsFMT nicuj Mnx -.-w.a IIL,VV 1VILA1LU. 1 r iiii i UVERT1SEMNT.)